Tibhar Evolution FX-S
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The FX-S is the "little brother" of the EL-S. Again, the enormous spin values ??of the MX-S and the power of the MX-P were combined with a newly designed interface. The sponge was soft construed as the EL-S so that the FX-S still elastic plays in combination a likewise individually tailored pips geometry and its model designation "Flexible spin" really deserves. Much softer than MX-P and S-MX, but slightly harder than the FX-P, the FX-S still borders significantly from the medium coverings EL-P and EL-S. Thus, he is a self-lining in the Evolution series.
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Reviews of Tibhar Evolution FX-S (9)
I have been using FXS max sponge, on my bh side, with MXS on the fh, On a defensive blade.
I feel the rubber is very consistent and can produce a reasonable amount of spin but nothing special, I felt that my bh serves lacked zip and spin, blocking was good, pushing was good, bh topspin good, a very steady rubber.
For me the rubber felt too soft and slow, especially when compared to the MXS, I tried the FXS on my fh a few times and the difference between the 2 was speed off the face, which resulted in a 300mm shorter landing point on the opponents side of the table when playing fh loop. So the softer sponge helps grip the ball, adds dwell time, but the catapult effect of the sponge is reduced and therefore speed.
On the bh FXS seemed to lack penetration and lacks that crisp feeling Im looking for.
Overall FXS is a very consistent rubber, with good defensive capabilities, its a safe rubber. Playing topspin against backspin is good.
FXS May well be completely different on an offensive blade, with the blades properties making up for the apparent lack of speed.
I have now changed the FXS for MXP, so the set up is now MXS on my bh & MXP on my fh. First impressions are that the spin and speed has increased on my bh, with a more solid / crisp feeling, MXP review in a couple of months, but it felt very nice the first time out!!!!
Using MAX sponge on backhand (switched to FH since initial writing) of XIOM Offensive S. Speed is only a touch slower than FX-P, call it 8.7. And, just a touch more spin than FX-P. The extra hardness is immediately noticeable when compared to FX-P or other medium/soft rubbers. Almost feels akin to Rasanter R42 in hardness, which isn't surprising as they both have 42~ sponges. Click sound is prominent, as it is with FX-P and some other soft Tensors. I perceive control as similarly high (but different) to say the FX-P or say a Rakza 7 soft. Rubber bites a little better than FX-P, but like the FX-P can slip a bit on very light contact. I'm getting good spin in short game and serves, which continues back from the table too, although good contact is still required from any distance to get the most from it. Obviously one can't rely on tackiness for spin when only applying gentle touch. With good contact, the user is rewarded with quality spin though. I also question the durability of this rubber as someone else did, however would just recommend using good tape and not hitting the edges. If you're deciding between FX-P and FX-S, then decide based on whether you want power, or mechanical spin with a slightly harder sponge. For slightly greater mechanical spin with an equally slightly harder sponge, go with the FX-S. Otherwise, going with the FX-P is a safe bet. I'm using both, and it's just about personal preference.
An excellent rubber. As a beginner, I used this on my bh 1.9mm, EL-S on my fh, with the Tibhar Drinkhall All-round Classic blade. This combination helped me improve massively. I feel like this rubber would also be really good for intermediate and advanced players, but am relatively unable to comment on this as I am not one myself. The rubbers are able to impart plenty of spin on the ball when needed, aswel as having many gears. I'd say this rubber is fairly sensitive to incoming spin (an attribute that was aided by a blade which had really nice feeling). Overall, this rubber definitely served its purpose, allowing me to develop my BH massively.
i'm big fan of tibhar tensors (so my review might be biased) but this is one of the best rubbers I have ever played. first I need to mention it is not a soft rubber. if you expect something like tibhar sound rubbers.. you are wrong. evo fx-s has medium soft sponge but the topsheet is thick and hard so the overall feeling of the rubber is medium/medium hard. the rubber has very good grip and easily produce spin with proper executed strokes. short game over the table and serve receives are very good. rubber has strong catapult when you loop hard but it is very controlled in the fine touch game. evo fx-s is loop machine mounted on 5ply all wood blades. you cant go wrong with it :)
If you are looking for a backhand rubber with decent feeling when executing backhand block, drive, and topspin, this is for you. I really like the feeling this rubber gives. Generally the backhand which produces soft feeling is recommended that is not my taste. Instead FXS gives a feeling of fairly strong gripping the ball when backhand playing which I can feel confidence and improved. Strongly recommend!
The Tibhar Evolution FX-S feels quite hard to the touch for a 42-degree rubber, having a similar firmness as the EL-P. Consistent with this, it weighs 47 grams (157 x 150 mm), only 1 gram less than the EL-P and on par with rubbers such as the DHS Hurricane 3 Neo, Gewo nanoFLEX FT45, and Nittaku Fastarc C-1, which have significantly harder sponges. Hitting the first couple of FH drives with the FX-S, I immediately felt the potential for developing a soft rubber crush. Unlike many soft rubbers, the FX-S doesnt suffer from bottoming out effects, where the ball penetrates through the sponge to make contact with the blade, which can render soft rubbers unpredictable on very hard shots and blocks. Click here to read our full, in-depth review.
I have started playing afteralong time and faced a huge problem with my earlier combination.Then i have used this rubber Evpolution fx s. It is an unbelievable rubber which makes you believe 'you can' and it helped me to bring back my confidence. I have been using a controlled carbon blade "Samsonov carbon blade". This rubber should be used as a Forehand rubber.
Control- Outstanding ( it will make you feel it s difficult to hit outside).
Speed- It has many gears. So it will be tremendous fast if you would apply source or else it will act in OFF category not OFF+.
Spin- Brilliant amont of spin.
Loop/Topspin- I ll not suggest any rubber better than this. Throw is medium ( medium-low).
Flat/smash- Mind blowing.
Chop- not impressive.
Service- This is not an extra ordinary stuff
Service receiving- You have to be Little bit carefull while receiving the serve. If opponent player offeres a short service then it is better to offer flick instead choping/pushing.
I see no one tried this rubber... Im looking forward to try it, ill post a review as soon as i try it...
I've tried it finaly, at my backhand with a EL-P on forehand and stiga infinity vps-v diamond touch blade, i found this rubber to be very pleaseant to play with, very spinny good with the backhand flip, loop when ball comes low and impressive speed too. Its good rubber overhall but it's needs like 1 week to adjust all the angles to make the real dangerous blocking.
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